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2nd Otodus from this site

Hit the beach in Prince George County yesterday.  Did not find too much until the end of the trip when i got a 1 and 15/16 Otodus.  A little tip damage but pretty nice.  The productive part of the beach is only about 100 yards long, and the variety of fossils you can find in that 100 yards is amazing; seal fossils, 5 inch honker megs, rics, O. obliquus, and pleistocene land mammals.  It has it all.  Also found yesterday were a nice mako, some good sand tiger specimens, a totally agatized one inch porpoise tooth , with a shiny orange color (see photo), and ray spine.
Location Prince George County, Virginia, USA

ID2673
Membermason
Date Added3/15/2008

  

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Comments
New Here... - 12/21/2008
Reviewer : Souljahvibes from
Total Rating : 8.333
Hi I am from Prince George as well. Would you be so kind as to direct me in the location of this beach. I have just begun looking for local fossil collecting locations. Totally amazed such places were right under my nose. Content Quality : 10 of 10

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Picture Quality : 5 of 10
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